But there I was years later, okay with the fact that my curls hadn’t come out perfectly because somewhere along the way to me accepting that my hair didn’t need to be perfect, I began to accept that the rest of me didn’t have to be perfect either. I could make decisions and go places and do things and didn’t have to look, sound, or FEEL perfect.
Nothing brings people together like a disaster. It’s human nature. Time and again through the historical hurricanes Harvey and Irma these past few weeks, the stories of humanity at its best have illuminated God’s light. I don’t recall a time where I’ve ever seen so many people with such compassion and ingenious fortitude come to… Read More
Recently I attended a retreat with a small group of women with whom I share a passion for living life more intentionally, with more purpose, and in a way that serves others. We planned mental exercises to help us leave behind the responsibilities of everyday life and focus on what makes us tick. One activity… Read More
I often get asked if I’m really as happy as I look on Facebook. Evidently I seem a bit too chipper, given the current circumstances of our country. While I agree there is much to be concerned about, the answer is still a resounding YES! I really am happy. Why? First and foremost, because I… Read More
I have had an opportunity to work from home for part of this summer. It has been more difficult than I imagined… and I have learned why. I am addicted to being really busy. Addicted to saying “yes” to all the things I want or feel I need. To all the things in life. I… Read More
Love yourself with reckless abandon. It is a revolution to love yourself, let alone even like yourself, and to believe that you are worthy. Because you are.